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|Connector Type||HDMI® male to DVI-D Single-Link male|
|Cable Diameter||12 mm|
|Number of Conductors||19|
|Supported Resolutions||480i to 4K|
|Bandwidth||up to 340 MHz per channel (1.02 GHz total)|
|Data Throughput||up to 3.4 Gbps per channel (10.2 Gbps total)|
|Deep Color||10-bit, 12-bit, and 3x16-bit (48-bit RGB or YCbCr), x.v.Color™|
|UL File #||E119932|
|UL Style #||20276|
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x.v.Color™ is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
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Just bring a backhoe into your living room and dig a 6 foot trench, and bury it.
Okay, an exaggeration. But, it's about twice as thick as a standard VGA cable, so you should keep that in mind.
PROS: Great build quality. No signal problems. Dimensions as advertised. Works flawlessly.
CONS: 22AWG is fat. I read other reviews that mentioned this is a thick cable. It IS a thick cable. About as thick as the Component connector for my XBox360. It's a thick cable, and it's not incredibly flexible, either. So, you might want an angled connector, or a different cable weight if you need to come in at 90deg with less that 12" clearance.
PROS: PERFECT. Arrived quick. Open. Plug in. Quality of picture is superb. 'Nuff said.
CONS: Don't have any yet.